Blog Posts in June, 2019

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  • A California Court Cannot Just Kick Out a Mr. X Factor
    A California Court Cannot Just Kick Out a Mr. X Factor

    In 2017, Mother [M] and Father [F] lived in North Carolina with their two children, when they decided to divorce. They filed the appropriate paperwork according to North Carolina law regarding child ...

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  • When Child Support is no Longer Voluntary
    When Child Support is no Longer Voluntary

    Mother [M] and Father [F] were married and living in Hawaii. They had one child together, a daughter [D], born in 2009. They divorced in Hawaii in 2012. F was granted legal and physical custody of D, ...

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  • Third Party Child Support Reimbursement
    Third Party Child Support Reimbursement

    Mother [M] and Father [F] Father married and had one child together, a Son [S] born in 1997. They separated and divorced in 2006. At the time, F had approximately 70 percent of S’s custody and M had ...

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  • When Spousal Support Agreements Cannot be Changed
    When Spousal Support Agreements Cannot be Changed

    Wife [W] and Husband [H] married on January 31, 2004. They separated on February 1, 2013, and their divorce became final on December 2, 2013. W and H did not go through the divorce process with the ...

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  • Changing Custody Must be in the Best Interests of the Child
    Changing Custody Must be in the Best Interests of the Child

    Mother [M] and Father [F] married in in 2005, and divorced in 2007. Their Son [S] was born in 2006. Both M and F are highly educated. M has a masters degree in education and is a special education ...

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